Prof. KARIN REINHOLD
Office: ES 123A
Office Hours: 8:30-9:30.
Class Room: ES 143. We may use AS 0013 later on.
TEXT: non--assigned. Here are some books I will be using. |
1. Statistics, by Freedman, Pisani, Purves -- Norton
This book is for begining statistics but it has excellent conceptual explanations, very readable.
2. Intro Stats, by De Veaux, Velleman & Bock -- Pearson, Prentice Hall.
This book is for begining statistics but it is very amenable and has very good explanations.
3. Probability and Statistics for engineering and the sciences, by Devore -- Thomson\Brooks+Cole.
This one is more mathematical rigourous but it is dry and the problems are not so engaging.
4. UCLA Probabilty and Statistics EBook
another online book
5. Introductory Statistics with R, by Dalgaard -- Srpinger.
This book is a consise intro to R.
6. Simple R, by Verzani, click here for on-line book.
7. Statistics and Data with R, by Cohen & Cohen -- Wiley.
This one has good problems to do statistics in R
The goals of this course is to adquire sufficinet knowledge to carry out simple statistical studies with focus on the following steps:
Your grade wil be based on projects (40%), midterm exam (30%) and a final exam (30%). The projects will include a semester long portfolio where you will keep a log of the projects, and the minute quizzes. To pass the course you need to obtain a total average of 50\% or more, must not obtain a grade of 30 or less in more than one exam or in the combination of all quizzes.
It is your responsibility to be aware of the dates of the exams and the content and due date of assignments. If you miss a class, it is your responsibility to be aware of the topics discussed during that class, the assigned homework and the possibly given assignment. There are no make ups for in-class quizzes missed.
There is no reason to miss an exam other than getting sick (bring note from doctor), being on a team that has a game at the same time an exam is given (bring a note from your coach), or a death or serious illness in your family (bring a note from your family). In the event you can not attend an exam, you must notify me in advance, otherwise your grade for that exam will be 0. You can contact me by phone (leave a message if I'm not in), stop by my office (leave a note if I'm not in) or send me an e-mail.